Daniel Susser is an assistant professor of philosophy at San Jose State University. He works in philosophy of technology, with a focus on its normative (social/political/ethical) dimensions. And he bravely tried to tackle the question of whether parents should post pictures of their children online, or if it violates their privacy.
You can view his commentary on Penn State News. Maybe some of the points he raises will help you make decisions for yourself.
I suspect Joe Cadillic will find the comments unsatisfactory because Susser doesn’t seem to address the risks of surveillance – can photos of your child run through facial recognition be used to identify them later in life, even if you don’t put your child’s name on the picture? Can pictures of their fingers be used to capture fingerprints that could be used against them as adults? There is so much surveillance capacity expanding exponentially that the privacy issues of today may actually result in criminal prosecution issues when the child is older.
Just something else to think about.